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Timothy T. C. McGhee
Catch fish by trapping them. Catch men by setting them free.
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Timothy T. C. McGhee 7h
Make the Building Ring
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Timothy T. C. McGhee 7h
The moment is astounding in its glory, not for what we see, but for what we don't see.
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Found in the Word 7h
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Sep 24
Replying to @timtom
It's hard to show and tell people they need saving from sin if we're joining them in sin.
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Sep 23
There's literally a trade-off between our sin and the eternal destiny of souls around us.
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Sep 23
Today and tomorrow rises at exactly due east (90°) and sets at exactly due west (270°)
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Sep 22
Richard Alexander was convicted of two sexual assaults that took place during the summer of 1996. After mitochondrial DNA testing performed in 2001 excluded him as the assailant in one of the incidents, he was exonerated of both crimes.
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Sep 22
Habib Wahir Abdal, then known as Vincent Jenkins, was convicted of rape in 1983 and spent 16 years in prison before he was exonerated.
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Sep 22
In 1990, Gilbert Alejandro, who had been a star of the Texas state championship high school team just eighteen years earlier, was wrongly convicted of aggravated sexual assault.
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Sep 22
Joseph Lamont Abbitt was exonerated on September 2, 2009 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, after serving 14 years in prison for sexual assault crimes he did not commit.
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Sep 22
Richard Alexander was convicted of two sexual assaults that took place during the summer of 1996. After mitochondrial DNA testing performed in 2001 excluded him as the assailant in one of the incidents, he was exonerated of both crimes.
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Sep 22
The equinox is a date with equal parts day and night, 12 hours each. This is true everywhere in the world today.
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Sep 22
On March 10, 2015, Angel Gonzalez was exonerated after serving over 20 years in prison for a rape that he did not commit. In 1994, Gonzalez was misidentified by a rape victim as her assailant.
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Sep 22
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Sep 22
In May 2017, William Barnhouse became the 350th person exonerated through DNA testing. Barnhouse, who dealt his entire life with serious mental health conditions, was in prison for 25 years for a sexual assault he didn't commit.
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Sep 21
Today is the last day of 2018 with more daytime than nighttime in the northern hemisphere.
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Sep 20
At least they caught Nishal Sankat before he became another Richard Russell, or worse.
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Sep 20
Replying to @NBCNightlyNews
Cashierless should not be confused with employeeless. You still need stock people, loss prevention, etc.
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Sep 19
A big prophetic influence for someone who was steering clear of politics
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Sep 18
Replying to @TerpWeather
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